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Comings & Goings

Here’s a roundup of recent changes in the Sioux Falls-area business landscape.

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Jessup Cellars escapes fires unscathed

Jessup Cellars has reopened and its owners are counting their blessings after recent California wildfires failed to harm the business.

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Lyft approves Sioux Falls driver

He can’t start yet and isn’t planning to drive permanently, but Lyft has at least one approved driver in Sioux Falls.

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TSP opens office in Watertown

Sioux Falls-based TSP Inc., a full-service architectural, engineering and planning firm, is opening an office in Watertown.

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Ride-sharing service Lyft coming to Sioux Falls

The ride-sharing service Lyft is coming to Sioux Falls, thanks largely to the efforts of a private citizen.

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Basketball program opening new gym

A growing basketball program has a new gym.

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Fateful garbage route forms unbreakable bond

Duff Rouillard was driving his Novak Sanitary Service garbage truck around a Sioux Falls cul-de-sac one morning when it happened. A boy came running toward his truck, and several lives changed forever.

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Meta moves forward on plans for campus, hiring

Meta Financial Group plans to hire up to 80 people this fiscal year, which started Oct. 1.

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Raven-Google balloon project approved in Puerto Rico

Project Loon, which uses balloons designed and manufactured by Sioux Falls-based Raven Industries, has been approved by the FCC to deliver emergency cellular service in Puerto Rico.

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SDSU economist: Expect slow rise in interest rates

Expect the Federal Reserve to end the year with interest rates between 1.25 percent and 1.5 percent and slowly increase to about 3 percent in the next few years, said Joe Santos, an economics professor at SDSU.

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